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Proper Planning and Pupil-Teacher Relationships are Fundamental in Good Teaching
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...Teacher Relationships are Fundamental in Good Teaching Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 Theories, values, policies and issues on teacher-pupil relationship 4 Planning Skills and Practices involved to enhance Good teaching 8 Educational theories and issues on Good Teaching 11 Challenges Facing School Organizations 12 Conclusion and Recommendations 15 References 17 Introduction Good teaching is a practice, it is an act and it is a process that requires utmost diligence, dedication and talent to enable the children understand the complexity of the information being passed by the teacher. It is considered as an act of generosity, a craft that grows through continued practice... ? Proper Planning and...
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Student-Teacher relationships: A study on the effects of perceptions of relationships
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...relationship with their teacher. Conversely, documentary analysis pertains to the elucidation of the issues of the research using scholarly written materials relevant to the topic of the study (Ahmed 2010). In this regard, the literature review serves as the guide in the stipulation and creation of the research aims, objectives, and questions, and at the same time, it acts as one of the evidences highlighting critical concepts and thematic links connecting the insights... and understandings of the issues of the research. Correspondingly, the research aims, objectives, and questions serve as the signpost of the research design. This is because the research design is the logic of the inquiry...
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Literature Review For Creating strong teacher-student relationships to improve student achievement in Mathematics class
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...Teacher Relationships to Improve Achievement in Mathematics Introduction Mathematics is a form of expression. Vinner (2010) reasoned that mathematics education requires meaningful learning for developing mathematical contexts such as procedures and argumentation. Strogatz, the author of the Calculus of Friendship, described how he took calculus lessons from Joffray when he was 15, and went on to become an Ivy League university professor. Strogatz considered Joffray the best teacher a student could have. Joffray would tell stories about his former students making them sound like the gods of mathematics, marvelling about the problems they could invent... Review of Relevant Literature - Creating Strong...
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Teacher
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...relationship with the students, other teachers and employees of the college/School is an essential component for becoming a competent teacher. “The Department of Psychology at UCLA suggested that there are five dimensions of interpersonal competence: Initiating relationships, self-disclosure, providing emotional support, asserting displeasure with others actions and managing interpersonal conflicts.” (Bilanich) Since most of the learning takes place through the interaction between the teacher and the students, interpersonal competence is essential for the teacher. The learning process is takes place... Running Head: Good teacher The role of academic qualifications in becoming a good teacher Introduction...
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Phase 2 Individual Project_Social Psychology
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...Teacher Relationships teacher relationships are obviously of supreme importance to whole fields of research, including but not limited to social psychology, developmental psychology, and obviously, education. The study of student-teacher relationships has taken on a wide and multi-faceted approach in the field of social psychology, with heavy emphasis on the subjective aspects of the work, including children and teacher’s own experiences of the relationships and their effects on learning outcomes. One of the most challenging aspects of these relationships is that they have so many factors that impact them. A teacher is constrained by their role, the amount of time and contact... Prof’s The Study...
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Teacher-Centered or Student-Centered Pedagogy
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...teacher-centered pedagogy is not serious about student-teacher relationships. However, while the teacher approach is useful in reducing the disruptive behavior, it fails to accord learners the responsibility of discovering self as means of becoming both innovative and creative in handling problems... Teacher-Centered or Student-Centered Pedagogy Education is a consequence of civilization, globalization, and modernization meaning it should strive toward eliminating ignorance in society. This includes the need for equality and equity in the process of imparting knowledge and skills for students in educational institutions. Therefore, in the selection of a functional pedagogy,...
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Teacher Evaluation
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...teacher and the students both. These settings are important as being a teacher is not that difficult but handling situations and maintaining the interest of the class in a lecture are two difficult things that a good teacher must learn. We can learn how well the teacher is at maintaining healthy relationships plus a good teacher will always have a scheduled life. An effective teacher would always be motivating people around as that's how he treats the students in his or her class. A teacher should be polite and should listen to each and everyone. We don't... Summary I interviewed a man who had been a principle of a middle school since 8 years and had plenty of experience in evaluating teachers and his...
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Definition of Teacher
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...teacher student relationship has undergone drastic changes in the last two decades. Teachers were respected as some kind of sacred persons because of the importance of their profession in the making of a healthy generation. This paper briefly analyses the role of a current early childhood teacher with respect to that of a teacher of ancient times. I had a passion for teaching even while studying. I got lot of appreciations from my fellow students and my teachers after watching some demonstration classes taken by me as part of my educational degree program. So I decided to take teaching as my profession. Since I like young kids very much I have taken early childhood teacher profession...  Abstract The tea...
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Teacher accountability
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...teachers and making the entire process transparent. In this way, there will be a greater possibility of involving parents in the decision making processes in the educational systems. Additionally, value-added data inclusion in the evaluation process of tutors may increase the level at which tutors respond to their classroom responsibilities. References Eisenhardt, K. (1989). Agency theory: Assessment and review. The Academy of Management Review, 14 (1), 57–74. Lareau, A. (1987). Social class differences in family-school relationships: The importance of cultural capital. Sociology of Education, 60 (2), 73–85. Nathan, R. (Ed.). (2009). Should “value-added”...
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High school
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...relationships exist between and teachers? There are a lot of relationships between students and teachers. Barriers play a key role in these relationships. Some teachers do not like to talk much with students, and some students do not like to speak with teachers. Communication exists between students and teachers inside and outside the school because sometimes, teachers help students in things, issues and concerns outside the academic endeavor. Also, some students have established friendly relationships with teachers. The high preference for feedback from teachers apparently results from students’ positive attitudes and comments about... Mazen Alqethamy ENIN450 November 30, High Schools What kinds of...
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Building Relationships
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...relationships with the faculty because when staff will be free of managerial pressure issue, they will show more consistency and dedication to their job responsibilities which will eventually have a positive impact on the overall performance of the students. Positive relationships with teachers enhance their level of job satisfaction (Maele & Houtte, 2012, p. 879). Equality is the first step in the relationship building process with the faculty. Leaders need to consider all faculty members equal so that the chances of discrimination get less as much as possible. Faculty members will also perform their job tasks more responsibly when... Building Relationships Christine M. Gallegos Grand Canyon BUILDING A...
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Teacher Leadership. Behaviors and Importance of Teacher Leaders
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...teacher leadership differentiates between the leadership roles played by a teacher within the class and outside the class. The difference is that teacher leaders make use of their relationship with students and colleagues along with curriculum to bring improvement to the educational institute. According to Rinn, the leadership behaviors that are exhibited by the teachers result in enhanced performance of the educational center and the students inside the institute as well as outside the institute but these behaviors are exhibited by teachers within the classroom only(Rinn, 2003). These behaviors are quite informal as compared to the formal behaviors... ? Teacher Leadership Affiliation Teacher Leadership...
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Interview a Teacher Leader
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...teachers assume daily the responsibility for ensuring that instruction unfolds in class rooms, and they assume responsibility for what is taught and how” (p.51). Besides, classroom instruction is activity oriented and the teacher used to provide individual attention to each and every student. On the other side, the analysis of Ms. X’s activities related to professional leadership proves that she is able to influence her colleagues because she considers her profession beyond a job. Ms. X used to keep professional relationship with her colleagues. Kay (2005) opined that, “Good communication, openness and confidence are key skills for improving and developing better working relationships... ?Interview a...
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How to be a great teacher
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...teacher but the secret lies in excellent communication skills” (Reed). According to Mr. Overstreet, teachers need to be friendly with their students in order to create an effective learning environment. Friendliness of teachers plays a vital role in making the students learn in an effective manner. It is because when a teacher creates an open and sociable learning environment in the classroom, it motivates the students to get something out of it and that is the real essence of an interactive learning environment. Students also like those teachers who maintain friendly relationships with them because in this way, students do not hesitate to ask the teacher what they do... ?[Your full full May 13, Teaching ...
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The Role of Lead Teacher
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...teachers relationships to their work in many settings" (Louis and Kruse, 1995, p. 13). Many teachers have leadership qualities that have not yet been recognized but may be a key to transforming schools and communities (Crowther et al., 2002). Documenting the perceptions and experiences of lead teachers who are involved as agents of change can reveal insights about the nature of teacher leadership, the roles that lead teachers assume, and the impact of their involvement in educational change. Careful and critical examination of teacher leadership is important... THE ROLE OF LEAD TEACHER INTRODUCTION Contemporary schools and education system overall have transformed themselves from a factory model...
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Reflective practice as an educational stratergy for me as a university lecturer and new teacher. Discuss the implication&challenges for my practice as ateacher/
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...teachers and teacher educators. Therefore, in teaching, there is not necessarily one way of doing something. The more proficient one becomes in the skills of teaching, the more an understanding of the relationship between teaching and learning may influence practice, and the more deliberately a teacher considers his or her actions the more difficult it is to be sure that there is one right approach... Implication & Challenges Faced by the Teaching Profession Introduction Teaching and learning about teaching are demanding tasks because they centre on complex, interrelated sets of thoughts and actions, all of which may be approached in a number of ways. This is true from the perspectives of both...
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The Role of Academic Qualifications in Becoming a Good Teacher
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...teachers and other academic staffs are working, the teacher as a core element of the education should interact properly with all the entities of the institution. Establishing relationship with the students, other teachers and employees of the college/School is an essential component for becoming a competent teacher. “The Department of Psychology at UCLA suggested that there are five dimensions of interpersonal competence: Initiating relationships, self-disclosure, providing emotional support, asserting displeasure with others actions and managing interpersonal conflicts.” (Bilanich) Since most of the learning takes place... Running Head: Good teacher The role of academic qualifications in becoming a...
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TEACHER FREEDOMS IN QUESTION
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...teachers should be “aware of how legislation affords them protection and security,” and should ensure that their “many responsibilities are balanced by their proper rights” (Berry 2007). Freedom of Expression Consider the scenario of Jonathan Clark, a liberal and open-minded social sciences teacher, teaching in a conservative Catholic High School. Jonathan is a staunch supporter of gay relationships, and is usually at odds with the school management’s traditional and religiously rigid stance on this social issue. One of his gay students expressed... Running Header: ANALYSIS OF THE LEGAL FREEDOM RIGHTS OF EDUCATORS Analysis of the Legal Freedom Rights Enjoyed by the Educators with Examples of Special...
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Comparing Teacher Standards
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...Teacher Standards INTASC NBPTS NCLB Highly Qualified Teacher for Ohio 1 Teachers display knowledge of how learn and of the developmental characteristics of age groups. BK1: Understands how learning occurs--how students construct knowledge, acquire skills, and develop habits of mind--and knows how to use instructional strategies that promote student learning. BK3: Is aware of expected developmental progressions and ranges of individual variation within each domain (physical, social, emotional, moral and cognitive), can identify levels of readiness in learning, and understands how development in any one domain may affect performance in others. BP2: Helps students reflect on prior knowledge... Ohio...
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Workplace Communication between principal and a teacher
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...teacher The workplace association between a superior and a person in a subordinate position is perhaps one of the most significant relationships in an organization. This is because the manner in which superiors and subordinates communicate or interact is significant in influencing achievement of organization goals and objectives. Further, the problems and challenges inherent in the superior-subordinate relationship determine the extent of workers’ involvement in the work environment and their ability to reach amicable resolutions. Generally, effective communication lays the foundation for equally effectual management (Samovar & McDaniel, 2013... ). There are many superior-subordinate...
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Relationships
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...Relationship between Father and His Son For as long as I can remember, my father has been close to me, actually closer than even my mother or my other siblings. My mother often jokes that when I was born, he was the first person aside from the nurses to see me and has never seemed to leave my side since then. My relationship with my father a largely complex one; on one hand he is like my friend, I can have fun with him, and we joke around. On the other hand, he applied and still applies a lot of “tough love” that I despised at first I have come to accept in light of the fact that I believe everything my father does is for my own good. He taught me how to...
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Developing as a Teacher
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...teachers of science create environments in which they and their pupils work together as active learners (emphasis is mine). They have continually expanding theoretical and practical knowledge about science, learning, and science teaching. They use assessments of pupils and of their own teaching to plan and conduct their teaching. They build strong, sustained relationships with pupils that are grounded in their knowledge of pupils' similarities and differences (p.4). According to Bransford, Brown, and Cocking (2000), scaffolding will motivate the pupil's interest related to the task, make task more... DEVELOPING AS A TEACHER TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2. ROOM CONTEXTUAL FACTORS 3. PUPIL'S LEARNING...
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Becoming a teacher
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...teachers exists a good working and communication relationship. This will help to make sure that the teachers communicate to the managing staff regarding all the happenings in the school. In this case, the managing body is able to have all facilities that are not available brought in on time because teachers always communicate to tell them how the progress is. This will help to make sure that the students and pupils get all they need to study effectively and achieve their goals. Teachers should have virtues that will enable them handle all students and pupils in the same way for effective teaching. They should be committed: they are expected to fully... ? Becoming a teacher al Affiliation: Introduction A...
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Improving Student Academic Behavior
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...teacher relationships and how academic behavior can affect study habits, time management, and personal/student accountability. The fundamental role of educational institutions is to provide educational or learning opportunities for students to enable them to be well-adjusted for their future roles as responsible members of society. The performance of individual learners is of utmost importance for the justification of the continued provision and funding for education programs and projects all over the world. For that reason, schools and educators are keen to promote the improvement... Improving Student Academic Behavior This paper will focus on the aspects of academic improvement in relation to parent-te...
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A Reflection of Teacher Observations
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...teacher is delivering. The school seems to be dedicated to excellent performance, but somehow using outdated instructional methods. There is widespread oppression and unfairness in this school where children are trained to work more like robots than human beings. Posters in the classroom and a computer lab are excellent learning resources, but their use could not be effective considering the negative relationships between the teachers and children. Examinations have... Reflection of Teacher Observations Reflection of Teacher Observations I arrived at my assigned school at 8 am on September 25, aday before I was expected to report. I anticipated a middle school characterized by widespread disorganization ...
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Relationships
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...relationship where one partner is domineered bythe other. Domestic abuse is very common in so many homes. The homes report the various forms that domestic abuse manifests itself. The four broad categories include physical, emotional, sexual and financial abuse. They all work hand in hand at destroying the psychology of the person being abused. There are very many factors that have contributed to the growth of domestic abuse all over the world. They include stressful situations, substance abuse and many psychological disturbances experienced by the abuser. What is clear is that domestic abuse affects both male and females in any... Research Paper There are so many terms that are used to describe the...
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Relationships
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...Relationships Emoional Hardship of Tita and Celie Tita is a female who is very emotional, sensitive, and lovable, who yearned for her lover all her life. She was in love with her neighbor, Pedro in her younger age and longed to be with him all her life. Pedro asked Tita’s hand in marriage but was denied by her mother and instead her mother demanded Tita’s support till her death. Eventually Pedro married Tita’s elder sister which came as a major shock for Tita. She hence was encountered with deep pain and agony .She becomes a victim of negligence and torture from her mother, who hardly understood her desires and feeling as a young lady.Tita’s from then on released all her emotion with cooking...
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RELATIONSHIPS
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...relationship we had with Bruno was considered weird by many people. I would sit on the front porch at night under the stars, stroke his smooth coat and share a lot of stories with Bruno. I knew he would not talk back but the replies were in his soft whining and the look he had in his eyes. When my family went camping, I always insisted on carrying him along instead of leaving him behind. When I... Bruno was dark, with rather intimidating height and brown eyes that hardly smiled. At first sight looking rather withdrawn and cautious around strangers. He never won a lot of friendships because of his occasional temperament but he kept the friends he had close to him. Bruno had “a dog’s loyalty, well, this...
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Teacher Satisfaction and Student Academic Achievement
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...teacher job satisfaction in small school districts and the relationship between teacher satisfaction and student achievement. It is a mixed study that was conducted to gain a better understanding of the beliefs and attitudes of teachers concerning job satisfaction from the viewpoint of small school district teachers. It is a study that attempts to understand more clearly the factors and reciprocal influences that affect teacher job satisfaction, particularly in the context of the operation of small schools, faculty stability, homegrown and transplanted teachers, teacher quality, and the relationship between teacher job satisfaction and student achievement. 1.2... 1 Introduction 3 2 Background 3 3 ment...
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Establishing Effective Working Relationships
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...Relationships Establishment of effective working relationships, as well as leadership is of particular importance as far as mentorship role is concerned. Establishment of effective working relationships is beneficial because it provides room for families to work together, and also provides care for the family as one of the patient in order to give a satisfactory standard of care. Additionally, establishing an effective working relationship helps in reducing poor student experiences, as well as improving their abilities to assure competence to practices. Leadership in the clinical setting entails role modelling, influencing others, improving care and considering... Establishing Effective Working...
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Pre K readiness
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...teacher scaffolding develop literacy skills. Children from low income have little access to rich materials thus benefit more from direct instructions and feedbacks unlike children from middle-income families who benefit from their own initiated child-play (Hamre & Pianta, 2005). References: Vygotsky, L.S. (1962). Thought and language. New York: MIT Press and Wiley. Howes, C. (2000). “child-teacher relationships, social-emotional classroom climate in child care, and children’s second grade peer relations. Social development, 9, 191-204... A total of 2,751 children (mean age =4.62) participated in child engagement study. They participated in Public prekindergarten programs as part of State-wide early...
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: The professional Role of the Class Teacher in Raising Attainment and Meeting Diverse Needs
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...teacher of Black Caribbean students need to be friendly with their students in order to create an effective learning environment. Breaux (2005, p. 5) states, “An organized environment is a breeding ground for learning”. Friendliness of teachers plays a vital role in making the students learn in an effective manner. It is because when a teacher creates an open and sociable learning environment in the classroom, it motivates the students to get something out of it and that is the real essence of an interactive learning environment. A fact about Caribbean students is that they like those teachers who maintain friendly relationships... ? PROFESSIONAL ROLE OF A TEACHER by goes here] Presented to [your goes...
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The professional role of the class teacher in raising attainment and meeting diverse needs
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...teacher of Black Caribbean students need to be friendly with their students in order to create an effective learning environment. Breaux (2005, p. 5) states, “An organized environment is a breeding ground for learning”. Friendliness of teachers plays a vital role in making the students learn in an effective manner. It is because when a teacher creates an open and sociable learning environment in the classroom, it motivates the students to get something out of it and that is the real essence of an interactive learning environment. A fact about Caribbean students is that they like those teachers who maintain friendly relationships... PROFESSIONAL ROLE OF A TEACHER by goes here] Presented to [your goes...
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Children Relationships Essay
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...Relationships Of the many psychological researches on children relationships, this paper explores the work of Mary Ainsworth and William A.Corsaro, helping to better understand attachment theory as well as kids' peer cultures. Comparing and contrasting the research by Ainsworth and Corsaro, shows that the relationship established by children with strangers, rests mainly on the influence of the adult world, with the caregiver particularly being influential in the social behavior of the child. Ainsworth developed the Strange Situation Classification (SSC), an assessment procedure which would help classify and measure the attachment of a child to its primary caregiver, which helps to determine... ?Children...
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Classroom management strategies
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...teachers were considered as “Gurus” earlier and apart from the parents, they were the most influential persons in the life of a student. Classroom is considered to be another place where the scientific management principles are required now because of the immense changes happened in the student-teacher relationships. Classroom management strategies Disruptive children often create problems for the teacher in managing the class. Kellie Hayden, a famous teacher of 16 years of experience, in her article ‘Top Five Classroom Management Strategies’ argues that, a simple question like “Are you OK?” can make lot of changes among... room management strategies Running Head: room management strategies room...
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Professional development plan for a teacher
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...relationships with co-workers. 4) Will be able to web link more effectively with parents/guardians regarding student progress than assuming general things. Goal five To improve my professional and proficiency levels and proficiency levels in activities that enable me to help other professional educators grow Activities: I will get involved in university or college coursework, CEU actions, and/or EOA choices that will provide possibilities to obtain and apply impressive stage information abilities, and/or methods so that I: 1. Will be able to offer PD coaching actions for other professional teachers. 2. Will be able to supervise/evaluate... Individual Professional Development Plan Teaching is a complex p...
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Being A Good Second Language Teacher
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...TEACHER 2007 BEING A GOOD SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHER Knowledge of foreign language has recently turned into necessary to people in order to feel comfortable in the increasingly diverse global community. Also, while studying another language people study the culture of that country that makes the view of the person wider and gives additional development to the person. Because to study another language and culture gives one the powerful key to successful communication: knowing how, when, and why to say what to whom. Now every country tries to provide studying second language at schools. So there are many reasons for studying a foreign language including academic, professional... BEING A GOOD SECOND LANGUAGE...
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Who am I as a Learner and who am I Becoming a Teacher
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...teacher further with the understanding of relationships and how the dynamics change in the classroom. The curriculum is only the basis of being in the classroom... ?The difference between a learner and an emerging teacher is one which changes perspective in how the room is used. When I look at my own situation, I find that there is a gap between being a learner and a teacher. Expectations, changing roles and the alterations in subject are some of the various changes which I am encountering with the subject. This is followed by the different responsibilities that are a part of being a teacher, as opposed to being a learner. Identifying each of these within my personal life and making the transition into...
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Teacher Sexual Abuse on Students: Shattuck and Saudi Lessons
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...Teacher Sexual Abuse on Shattuck and Saudi Lessons Cases of care-givers sexually abusing, assaulting, and molesting their under-age charges always cause disquiet in the community. Such cases have been evidenced in even the unlikely relationships such as that of priests and their faithful. The case of a teacher facing 17 counts of sexual abuse against six of his students has shocked the river town of Faribault. The teacher, Lynn Seibel, now 70 years old, is accused of having sexually abused at least 6 of his students between 1996 and 2003 at the prestigious Episcopalian Shattuck-St. Mary’s Prep School. The alleged abuse was...
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Chain reaction by tere Martinez
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...relationship between two people where one teaches and influences the other. This relationship is often seen between teachers and students, where the student looks to the teacher for advice and guidance on many different aspects. This type of relationship can be transforming particularly for the students, as they respect the opinions, morals and beliefs of their mentor. In Tere Martínez’s Chain Reaction the mentorship relationship is exhibited through various student-teacher relationships, having a significant impact on the lives of the students. The play itself focuses on Antionia Pantoja, a community... The Role of Mentorship in Tere Martínez’s Chain Reaction Mentorship is an important aspect of the...
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Reflection in teacher education - (MA Tesol - coursework/ assignment)
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...relationships which run along humanistic and personalistic orientation (Dirkx, 1989). Nonetheless, it has become clear that reflection is fundamental to good contemporary teaching, especially with the introduction of student-centered learning away from-teacher-centered orientation. While the sound theoretical basis for reflective practice remains to be better established, vagueness is superseded by benefits already made palpable and fitting enough... UNDERSTANDING REFLECTION FOR TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Introduction The word reflection is today used in education journals, pre-service teacher education and in-service trainings and conferences. This does not mean,...
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Aristotle and relationships at work
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...Relationships. Greek Philosopher Aristotle, born in 384 BC, is one of the central figures of modern philosophy. As a teacher and prolific writer, his teachings reached every aspect of western thought. His most important philosophical works are arguably Politics, Poetics, De Anima and Nicomachean Ethics. His themes of universality, logic and the individual versus humanity are cultural mainstays and can apply to many elements of one’s life. One of these elements in the workplace, and how intrapersonal relationships function within the workplace. Though the contemporary environment of the workplace did... Aristotle, his ideas and the significance of Aristotalian Philosophy to Contemporary Work...
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Teacher Professionalism
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...teacher as set by MELS. Specifically, the decision is cognizant of the 1st and 3rd features of the competency which are: Gathers information as students are engaged in a learning situation in order to identify their strengths and weaknesses and to review and adapt...  Mario (pseudonym) is a student who is believed to have some degree of autism, although he has not been officially diagnosed. He is greatly affected by his surroundings and feels immense frustration, especially when he thinks he will disappoint his mother or peers. An example being, on one afternoon, after my CT had returned the students’ math tests and was going over the corrections on the smart board, the bell rang and the students bega...
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Teacher evaluation
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...Teacher Evaluation in the United s: History, Trends, Effectiveness, and Future Challenges Essay Course Title Name of Professor Date of Submission Abstract Teacher evaluation programs have historically undergone various transformations, both in its goals, purposes, and philosophical values. The United States have witnessed major educational reforms that failed to produce the intended result: a better teacher evaluation system. Many factors are responsible for these failures. One is the weak relationship between teachers and administrators. Without open and efficient communication between teachers and administrators, a highly competent evaluation program... Running Head: Education The Evolution of Teacher ...
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What are the Causes of Teacher burn Out
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...relationship between existential satisfaction and burnout among optional teachers in the Netherlands (N = 504) where existential satisfaction was made operational by method for the Existential Fulfillment Scale, which recognizes three measurements: affirmation toward oneself, acknowledgment toward oneself, and significance toward oneself. An affirming variable examination uncovered a three-dimensional build with associated measurements and burnout was measured by the Dutch variant of the Maslach Burnout Inventory for instructors. Negative connections between the existential satisfaction measurements from one viewpoint and the burnout measurements weariness and pessimism... REASONS FOR TEACHER STRESS AND...
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Principal Perspective from Coaching Teachers lessons
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...teacher leaders as those who work with other teachers with the intent of both informally and formally, providing improvement in teaching and learning. They claim that formal leaders are empowered by school principals, while informal leaders are those who are identified and acknowledged by other teachers because of their abilities to provide support and expertise to other teachers, as well as developing and building on relationships among... ? THE ROLE OF PRINCIPALS AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH INSTRUCTIONAL COACHING: WHAT ARE THEIR PERCEPTIONS? by Presented to University Date 1. Executive summary This paper is an inquiry into the role of leadership within schools and how the role of principal has changed...
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Principal Perspective from Coaching Teachers lessons
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...teacher leaders as those who work with other teachers with the intent of both informally and formally, providing improvement in teaching and learning. They claim that formal leaders are empowered by school principals, while informal leaders are those who are identified and acknowledged by other teachers because of their abilities to provide support and expertise to other teachers, as well as developing and building on relationships among... THE ROLE OF PRINCIPALS AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH INSTRUCTIONAL COACHING: WHAT ARE THEIR PERCEPTIONS? by Presented to Date 1. Executive summary This paper is an inquiry into the role of leadership within schools and how the role of principal has changed over time. T...
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Teacher Attrition
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...Teacher attrition: Introduction: This remains a widely acclaimed reality that maintaining a high level of teacher quality forms the critically important factor which ensures student achievement. With myriad types of demons endangering the teacher quality presently, students are consequently facing more and more problems to ensure individual academic accomplishments. The tendency of leaving schools and teaching profession by the learned and wiser teachers results in an inability to preserve an experienced teaching community and this produces many deteriorating influences on the students. What seems to come forward as a...
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Teacher Competency
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...teachers, our parents, how to talk, walk and such. Moreover, without teachers there will be no doctors, engineers, accountants, lawyers, etc. The role that teachers play in the development of a society cannot be overemphasized. Knowing the importance of the profession, teachers are expected to keep up with the times to facilitate learning. Students, meanwhile, also expect to be able to learn from the teacher. Some even think... that teachers can make them smart, an expectation which can not be discounted. Although intelligence is primarily a result of a student’s diligence and genes perhaps, a teacher’s input is a major contributing factor. This is where...
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Teacher Leaders
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...Teacher Leaders Today, schools are not working the way they have been working since a long time in an autocratic fashion. In fact, schools are more like an organization, where principals act as managers and teachers are their employees, whereas students are both their customers as well as products. The school culture is changing and is turning into more like an organizational culture that focuses on the principle of no-child-left-behind and is making endeavors to make it possible efficiently and effectively (Gabriel, pp.01). While the efforts are being made in all areas of schooling, be it classroom activities, field trips, co-curricular activities, or...
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